Williamson County, where Rio Bonito is located, has a fascinating history. The Williamson County Museum gives visitors a peek into that history with various exhibits and programs. The Museum also provides fun and unique activities for the public throughout the year. It’s truly a treasure of the community.
The museum has standing exhibits on local history that you and your family are sure to enjoy. It also hosts special traveling exhibits that showcase certain themes such as the Ku Klux Klan Trials and the experiences of the first Swedish immigrants to Texas.
“Love in Broken Places” is the current featured exhibit that runs through February 25th. It features the artwork of Chesiel John, who uses found and re-purposed objects. John’s pieces are created to inspire hope and love.
The main museum location is in Georgetown, and it’s open Wednesday through Saturday. There is also a branch in Round Rock on the Chisolm Trail that is open exclusively on Saturdays. You’ll want to check the website here for more information on hours and events.
Rio Bonito Cabin & RV Park is your gateway to the Hill Country! Our website http://www.rbcabinresort.com/ has all the information you need to plan your visit. You can always reach us at 512-922-1383 or via online form at http://www.rbcabinresort.com/contact/.